You might have noticed we have a new look! Over the last few months, we have been working away behind the scenes to refresh our branding and website and are excited to finally unveil them.
We feel our new look perfectly reflects the qualities of the School – forward thinking, warm, unique and innovative, but with a deep sense of heritage. We hope you feel the same way and would love to know what you think.
Our digital marketing and PR agency, Represent, spearheaded the rebrand and oversaw all the different elements, which have culminated in a new look for the Chippendale School that we are delighted with.
Thoughtfully imagined by Tim Bremner of Bremner Design, we are thrilled with the result of our rebrand and new brand identity. Our logo had a makeover as part of our branding update – classic, sleek and timeless, this new logo is simple, yet striking.
Our brand colours have changed too – now you’ll find a rich mossy green across the website, reflecting the natural world and the timber that underpins everything we do at the School.
Our new website was designed to be both user-friendly and, of course, to look good! All of our furniture making courses (with the exception of the Professional Course) can now be booked and paid for online.
You can quickly navigate between each of our courses, find out more about the School’s background and our team, read our latest blogs and view our past graduate exhibitions.
Represent’s team of web developers, digital strategists and graphic designers worked together to create a cohesive website design that perfectly captures the spirit of the Chippendale School.
School life illustrated
One of our favourite parts of our rebrand was engaging an illustrator, Alice Pattullo, to bring the School to life through a series of charming drawings.
The School building itself, with its distinctive shape and the curved colonnade, makes for a striking illustration. Our beloved shepherds hut also features, alongside a classic Windsor chair.
There are always a few furry friends padding around the workshops, so we knew we had to have them make an appearance – curled up in a cosy bed and marching in line, with Shellac the tortoise in tow. Finally, an iconic cluster of beech trees on the horizon, as seen from the School’s viewpoint, represent a link to our surrounding natural landscape.
If you’re interested in learning more about studying at the Chippendale School, you can view all of our furniture making courses here.